Long Term/Chronic Disease Management
We do our best to try to call patients in for regular reviews, but if you have a long term/chronic disease and have not had a check up in the last 12 months, please contact the surgery.
Family planning service is provided. These include pre-pregnancy advice, pill prescribing, coil fittings, injectable methods, emergency methods and natural family planning.
We provide joint services with the hospital and we have a midwife who attends the surgery twice a week. Once your pregnancy is confirmed, you will need to attend the surgery to collect an antenatal self-referral form; this then needs to be taken to the hospital, along with photo ID to book your appointments with the antenatal team.
The health visitor supports families with children under the age of 5. They have walk-in clinics at a number of local surgeries. Please speak to reception for more information or call 020 8218 7420.
6-8 Week Baby and Post Natal Checks
Both mother and baby can be seen by a GP for their check up, please call to arrange an appointment.
For advice on immunisations, please speak to the Health Visitor or Practice Nurse. Parents/guardians should accompany all children for their immunisations; otherwise they may not be seen if they attend with another relative.
Termination of Pregnancy
Termination enquiries are redirected to the Family Planning Centre – Tel: 020 7445 7021.
Travel vaccines are provided by the Practice Nurses. Please make an appointment at least 4-6 weeks before you plan to travel. There is a fee for vaccination certificates and certain travel vaccines if they are required, please speak to reception for more information.
These are provided between September to January for patients who meet the NHS criteria i.e. 65 years old and over, those with chronic diseases. Please ask at reception for more information.